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Tammy Keith

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Husband no Wookiee, no hair gene

posted: 03/01/2015 midnight Comment 1

My husband hit a milestone on Valentine’s Day.

Sam Nelson: ‘Legend’ to retire from Conway elementary school

posted: 03/01/2015 midnight Discuss

Sam Nelson is retiring as principal of Florence Mattison Elementary School in Conway, and judging by letters students have written to him, they will remember everything about him, from his good nature to his shiny shoes.

‘He’s not afraid’: Conway child fights fourth brain tumor

posted: 03/01/2015 midnight Discuss

The first year of 5-year-old Keagan Provost’s life was almost perfect — and now he’s fighting to live.

Dover makes third attempt for millage proposal

posted: 02/26/2015 midnight Discuss

DOVER — Superintendent Jerry Owens said Dover School District officials have heard patrons “loud and clear,” and he is counting on approval of a proposed millage increase in the district’s March 10 special election.

‘It’s not over’: Proposed dam project stalled by Corps of Engineers

posted: 02/26/2015 midnight Discuss

A revived multimillion-dollar water-garden project planned for property at Greers Ferry Dam — approved in the 1960s by President John F. Kennedy and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers — has stalled because Corps officials won’t authorize the project.

Proposed dam project stalled by Corps

posted: 02/22/2015 midnight Discuss

HEBER SPRINGS — A revived multimillion-dollar water-garden project planned for property at Greers Ferry Dam — approved in the 1960s by President John F. Kennedy and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers — has stalled because Corps officials won’t authorize the project.

A ‘berry’ valentine mystery

posted: 02/22/2015 midnight Discuss

I remember distinctly a classmate of mine in third or fourth grade calling me “nosy Rosy.”

District’s millage increase gets a second chance in Greenbrier

posted: 02/22/2015 midnight Discuss

GREENBRIER — Greenbrier School District Superintendent Scott Spainhour said he is counting on voters to approve a second attempt at a 2.9-mill property-tax increase in a March 10 special election.

Tonya Gosnell: Red Coat enjoys representing Russellville

posted: 02/22/2015 midnight Discuss

If people didn’t know better, they might think Tonya Gosnell had cloned herself. She’s everywhere.

‘A negative result’: Hendrix professors, students find gas drilling hurts habitats

posted: 02/19/2015 midnight Discuss

An almost year-long environmental study by Hendrix College professors and students found that gas drilling is negatively affecting the habitat in Faulkner, Cleburne, Conway, Van Buren and White counties.

Baker, Bibler among inductees of Ag Hall of Fame

posted: 02/19/2015 midnight Discuss

Faulkner County Judge Jim Baker of Conway and retired businessman James Bibler of Russellville will be inducted into the Arkansas Agriculture Hall of Fame in Little Rock on March 6.

Practicing on pets to be grandparents

posted: 02/15/2015 midnight Discuss

I’m practicing to be Mimi.

‘It’s top-notch’: Mayflower School District harvesting rewards of agri program

posted: 02/15/2015 midnight Discuss

The Mayflower School District was the last one in Faulkner County to develop an agriculture program, but it’s going strong in its second year in existence, Superintendent John Gray said.

John Roland: New Perryville mayor: ‘I’m progressive’

posted: 02/15/2015 midnight Discuss

Perryville Mayor John Roland said something he loves about his hometown is that it’s small and has a laid-back atmosphere, but that doesn’t mean Perryville shouldn’t grow and improve.

Perryville cheerleader chosen as Face of WSA

posted: 02/12/2015 midnight Discuss

PERRYVILLE — Seventeen-year-old Kelsie Roland is traveling, staying in nice hotels and getting her picture taken a lot. She’s not a celebrity, but she’s becoming famous in the cheerleading world.

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